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All-school camp excites students

By Steph McNicol WANDONG Primary School students have embarked on an adventure this week, taking their entire school to a school camp at Campaspe Downs on Monday. Since regional Victoria entered step three of the State...

Darraweit school welcomes back its students

DARRAWEIT Guim Primary School students had plenty to look forward to returning to school including seeing their friends and new football posts, according to principal Carol Booker. Ms Booker said it was good to have...

Mental health support for Gisborne college

GISBORNE Secondary College is one of several state schools with access to a mental health practitioner and other mental health initiatives that started in July last year. The statewide program, enabled by State Government funding...

Children’s Week celebrations

COBAW Community Health and Riddells Creek Neighbourhood House will receive grants of up to $1000 so they can host free educational events and activities for Children’s Week 2020 celebrations. Cobaw Community Health will host a...

Young leaders wanted

YOUNG aspiring leaders living the Macedon Ranges are being called to take part in the Macedon Youth Council 2021. The youth council will aim to empower young people to play an active role in public...

Students return to school

SCHOOL students across Mitchell Shire, the City of Whittlesea and Macedon Ranges Shire returned to the classroom on varying days in the past week, as Victoria’s COVID-19 restrictions eased. All students in regional areas, including...

Carers workshops on during October

UNPAID carers living in the City of Whittlesea will be able to attend free health and wellbeing workshops throughout October. The workshops will be presented by council in partnership with support group Carers Victoria in...

School return row

By Colin MacGillivray MEMBER for Yan Yean Danielle Green has called for the families of City of Whittlesea school students to be patient while waiting for face-to-face learning to resume, in spite of criticism from...

Students improve school grounds

Wallan Environment Group and Wallan Primary School students planted more than 400 native plants to improve the school’s natural environment during a planting day last week. Students from the school’s on-site care and supervision program...

New science-based learning

St Patrick’s Primary School in Kilmore has released a list of science-related specialist classes for the 2021 school year. The science subjects will replace performing arts from the previous curriculum; performing arts will instead be...